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Maxtor introduces 300GB Diamond Max 10 drives

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Mon Aug 16 2004, 14:14
HARD DRIVE MAKER MAXTOR said it has started shipping Diamond Max 10 hard drives - the drives use single chip Serial ATA technology.

The drives also include native command queuing for dual processors and also come with a 16MB buffer.

The drives are being targeted at PC users, system integrators, graphics artists and other multimedia PC users, Maxtor said.

The 16MB buffer memory units are only supplied with drives of 250GB and over. A parallel ATA 133 version will be released at the end of this quarter. µ


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